Friday, May 23, 2014


The 24th Brussels Non-European Art Fair (BRUNEAF) will be held this year on June 4–8. For those five days, the Sablon district of Brussels will become the epicenter of the tribal art world, with some fifty international tribal art dealers participating and several thematic exhibitions having been announced as part of the event. Joaquin Pecci will host Présence du Sacré, Invocations Ubangiennes (The Presence of the Sacred, Ubangi Invocations), David Serra will hold a thematic show called Formes et Matières (Forms and Materials), Alain Bovis’ show will be titled Têtes (Heads), and Maine Durieu will be putting on an exhibition called Autour du Blanc (About White). The quality of movement in the arts of Africa and Oceania will be the theme in Jo de Buck’s gallery, and Men in Africa is the title of the show that will be seen at Joëlle Fiess and Marc Félix’s Congo Gallery. Finally, Ángel Martín will feature a group of forty terracotta pieces from the Galma River region of Nigeria.

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